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i can. >> carolyn with is with you too? >> caller: yes. >> carolyn, tell us your last time. >> caller: towel et. >> what is your job? ? >> caller: president of clinton county women. chair of the precinct. and i have been on the central committee for many years. >> all right. is it your precinct that still has not reported the official results? >> caller: no, it is not mine. i received a call at about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get a hold of someone from 22. that time they gave me a name and i tried calling, because it is late here. they were in bed. and the claire was also in bed. >> so what you are saying is -- >> caller: so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and woke her up and got her up. >> so edith, tell bus this precinct tp is it in clinton county still not reporting the results? >> caller: no. the results from -- it is clinton second ward second precin precinct. and the results were called in at 7:48 p.m. this evening. >> so what you are saying is that all of the precincts in clinton county have under fact reported, is
tonight from carolyn tyler. >>reporter: well the pressure is mounting on l ross even member of transition team among those here at city hall today calling for him to resign. step down. while this investigation is under way. and while that news conference was under way, take a look at this unbee known as to anyone but photographer luke of the fog city journal, his wife lopez was there in the group. lchblingt he snapped these pictures of her. she was wearing dark glasses. she did not identify herself. she didn't say anything. mercury's attorney said she was on her way to visit him at city hall. you have to wonder though what she was thinking as those women were speaking on her behalf. demonstrators say that he should rae sign or step down while he's being investigated. for domestic violence. newly elected sheriff is accused of grabbing his wife's arm and causing a bruise on new year's eve. investigators say they have the video to private. video taken by a neighbor. members of the domestic violence consortium say the the allegations are serious and they are also incensed at the way th
of predicting which direction the market will move. carolyn broaden, the fabulous technician runs fibonacciqueen.com looked at the average of the 5 s&p 500 for us since the market peaked in 2007. the results are pretty staggering. the chart includes both gold ebb crosses above the 200-day, and deaths kroes where it goes below the 200 day and we get the full balance here. since the 2007 top, the cross overs have created big up or down moves in the s&p 500, four out of five times. guys, that's too many just to be circumstantial or coincidental. first it was a negative death cross, in december 2007 and at first we saw an extended, horrible decline that you this to avoid, right? all of the way through until the generational low in march 2009. second, was there a golden cross in june of 2009 which was followed by a healthy rally all of the way into the april 2010 high. so far so good. third, another death cross in early july of 2010, this one fooled people. it didn't work. instead the s&p actually rallied 118 points from the july 1st low before we saw a bit of a decline and not enough to take out the
was published "disrupting the balance of power." carolyn barta is the author. she is joining us from her home in texas. you knew ross perot as a journalist before many people met hi. can you tell us about his roots in texarkana and what shaped the man we knew of a national stage? >> perot was from texarkana. he had an average texas childhood. as a boy he broke horses and traded horses. he was an eagle scout. even in later tonight i think he kept all of the traits of the eagle scout. he would set of objectives and goals and try to pursue those goals. he was very much in the texas tradition of the day. as he grew and went to the naval academy and started his own businesses, he was representing the can-do spirit of texas. his vision was a big, the state was big, there were powerless opportunities. the sky was the limit. he really sort of played into what was the texas mythology with texas politicians who were larger than life, very successful businessman who made a fortune here. they were risk takers, they were not afraid to fail. that was the sort of spirit he had at that i think got him into t
ahead, cool and dry all weekend. >> carolyn: thank you for joining us back. see you at 9:00.
to defeat barack obama, you are only going to defeat him with a conservative and that requires south carolyn generals to come together. >> a lot can change in ten days. but gingrich is shown with only half of the support that romney has and compared to last month, romney has almost doubled his support and gingrich has lost have of his. this morning on cnn, sticking it to president obama. >> i have a long way to go before i get the nomination. if i'm lucky enough to get it. but i really think we're best off focussing on the failure of the president and people want to hear and understand how we're going to lead the country and that's what i'm going to be talking about. >> right now we're going to talk about what mitt romney last night was pretty dominant. he dominated every subgroup that was out there. >> it was a very impressive win. 40%. that's pretty good. yes, he's from neighboring massachusetts and democrats are saying -- spinning it, saying that he should have done much better. look, he did a lot better than ron paul and huntsman. the two guys that he fears the most, santorum and gingric
the president's address. and now from california to new york city, and the upper east side of that city, carolyn maloney, longtime representative from the upper east side of new york city. and congresswoman, how did the president to deny? >> i thought he was magnificent. he had a unifying theme calling upon republicans and democrats to work together, to build a blueprint for a better economy for america. a big theme unfairness, and on hard work being rewarded, responsibility being rewarded, and fairness and everyone playing by the same sets of rules. he hit everything, a whole host of areas, but he called upon all of us to work together. and the fact that when we do, nothing is impossible, that we can actually achieve all of these goals. >> congresswoman, he did, a lot of your extensions are in the financial services of course. he called for some new regulations, new tweets to have financial services are administered. and also new financial services investigative unit as a member of the financial services committee, what do you think? >> we need to see the specifics. he also called that the regu
's address. now from california to new york city in the upper east side of that city, carolyn maloney, a longtime representative from the upper east side of new york city and the story of queens. congresswoman, how did the president do tonight? >> i thought he was magnificent. he had a unifying theme calling upon republicans and democrats to work together to build a blueprint for a better economy for america to be a big thing on fairness on hard work being rewarded, responsibility being rewarded and fairness and everyone playing by the same set of rules. he hit everything. a whole host of areas but he called upon all of us to work together and the fact that when we do, nothing is impossible, we can actually achieve all of these goals. >> congresswoman from a lot of your constituents are in the financial services of course. he called for some new regulations, some tweaks to how the financial services are administered and also new financial-services investigative unit as a member of the financial services committee what do you think? >> we need to see the specifics. he als
of california. here in statuary hall. and now to new york city. the upper east side of that city, carolyn maloney. longtime resident. how did the president do? >> i thought he was magnificent. he had a unifying theme, cholera among republicans and democrats to work together, to build a blueprint for a better economy for america. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> mitt romney release some of his tax records today. we will speak with martin sullivan of tax.com about the former governor doesn't tax records. then a conversation with allen west about the presidential race and the state of the union speech. and mark pryor also joins us. we will get his take on the speech. washington journal, each morning at 7:00 a.m. eastern, here on c- span. the house will be in session at 9:00 a.m. eastern. gabrielle giffords will officially hand in her resignation to the house leadership. the arizona democrat was shot a year ago while meeting with constituents. a number of members will come to the floor to talk about their calli
out. you can see right there. is that carolyn malony from new york? no. ok. that's from texas. i can't remember her name right now. >> lot of emotion. give the microphone if you watched on fox newschannel as opposed to national fox. >> t >> in attendance up in the box is mrs. steve jobs. eventually as the president made his way down, he would embrace gabby giffords. she was there. every time she would stand up, keep in mind she's a democrat, every time she would stand up, jeff flake who is a republican also from her state of arizona stood up as well and he was asked afterwards why were you standing up and supporting the democrats' points of view. he goes i was just standing up to help my friend gabby which is terrific. hats off to him today. >> to your headlines, that very same story, the very same woman, gabrielle giffords' final day in office and last night, she got an extremely warm sendoff. >> president obama gave the congresswoman a long hug before delivering his state of the union message. she's resigning to focus on her recovery following last january's shooting rampage in
.f.k., jr. was rumored to be dating her before marrying carolyn bessette. >> clayton: now they have enough makeup to handle the eyebrow thing. >> ainsley: i missed them, i loved reading stories about them. it makes me sad. >> there are eyebrow thick ners out there. you have beautiful brows. >> clayton: thank you. >> bring the coffee in, 6:00 this morning -- 6:00 this morning i begged for coffee and it is now 9:12. thank you so much! >> ainsley: so sweet! >> clayton: nothing is open right now. >> clayton: nothing is open, janice. >> ainsley: non how he does it. snapped his fingers and it is there. >> can i clear something up quickly? i don't have a lot of time, i am not pregnant. i am not pregnant. i am getting e-mails, like, oh, you have been glowing and, i see -- no! it is a beer bell i this is not pregnancy. earlier on today i was talking about new year's resolution and i said, i hope we -- we don't get -- not that i don't want kids, i love them, two is all i can handle, right now. that's right. and i think ainsley called me fertile myrtle. not pregnant! caucus forecast for tuesday, no r
newspaper's endorsement of new gingrich. then, carolyn mckinney discusses where newspapers endorsement. then, a discussion on the impact of the 2012 campaign. watch "washington journal" at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. now, ron paul posts 8 am meeting in new hampshire. -- hosts a town hall meeting in new hampshire. [applause] [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. >> thank you for coming out tonight. rather than be doing the introductions, i want to introduce kelly. [applause] >> i am very excited tonight to introduce dr. paul. he is just wonderful. i am an independent, not a republican, not a democrats. dr. paul is somebody that is just completely different and everything that is out there. it is not status quo. i am really hoping tonight that some undecideds will get a chance to ask him some questions and understand and you will be able to see the differences between his ideas and the rest of it. i will let him get right on it. jim is going to ask him some questions and then we'll open it up to the audience. [applause] >> i will ask a few questions. my first question, dr. paul, you s
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